The Disappearance of Subhas ChandraBose relates to the series of incidents that developed from the disappearance of Subhas ChandraBose, the supreme commander of Azad Hind Fauj and Free India Legion, during the closing stages of the Second World War. It was announced by Japan that he died in a plane crash in Taiwan on August 18, 1945. But it has long been the subject of dispute. There have been three Government of India sponsored commissions and numerous private investigations to find out if Subhas ChandraBose died in the plane crash. The third Indian commission that was appointed for enquiring into this concluded in its report tabled in parliament in May 2006, that the news about Bose's "death" was staged to facilitate an escape to the USSR.
Subhas ChandraBose (23 January 1897 – unknown) also known as Netaji (Bengali/Oriya/Hindi): “Respected Leader”), was one of the most prominent Indian nationalist leaders who attempted to gain India's independence from British rule by force during the waning years of World War II with the help of the Axis powers.
03.11.2012 [The Hindu] - Banerjee makes characteristically funny use of mixed media: an image of Subhas ChandraBose performing a salute represents the much-anticipated arrival of a U.S.-based cousin on an India visit; a Nike is obscenely superimposed on Bruce Lee's feet in a
04.11.2012 [Swans] - Roc writes that one of the first people to study the sensitivity of plants "was the remarkable Indian physicist, Sir Jagadis ChandraBose, who did his work in the early part" of the twentieth century. He adds that "The recent work of Cleve Backster and
13.10.2011 When Hitler refused to help more to Subhash ChandraBose for his struggle against British, the latter decided to go to Japan for his military activities. Hitler sent him to Japan through a submarine. Bose's submarine journey was dangerous, but ...
05.11.2012 [Invest in India] - He recalled that Manipur had become independent before the rest of India and part of Moreh and adjoining areas had been liberated by the Indian National Army under Netaji Subhas ChandraBose. He complimented Assam Rifles for their initiative to bring
05.11.2012 [Times of India] - Ten days ago, a young woman, with a fraying trench coat and a well-devoured edition of The Economist, bundled under her scrawny shoulders, scurried through the bustling aisles of the Netaji Subhas ChandraBose airport, excitedly clutching her ticket to
05.11.2012 [Punjab Newsline] - He said during their visit to Singapore floral tributes were paid to Netaji Subhas ChandraBose at the Cathay Hall, the venue of the proclamation of the Provisional government of Azad Hind on October 21,1943 adding that an INA veteran Girish Kothari
04.11.2012 [Indian Express] - Notwithstanding the delay in the inauguration of the new terminal at Netaji Subhash ChandraBose International Airport, Hong Kong-based airline company Dragonair on Saturday launched a four-times-weekly service to Kolkata with the arrival of its first
02.11.2012 [AOL] - Mr. Anuj Dhar, the author of India's Biggest Cover Up, the man who unearthed so many startling facts about the "assumed" demise of Netaji Subhas ChandraBose. Wonder why I use the word "assumed"? Well, after you read that book, you'd join me in the
01.11.2012 [Groundviews] - He did not support it but he did not vehemently oppose it like Subhas ChandraBose and others. Gandhi may have argued that there is never a case for war but he did highlight Yuddhishthra's words in the Mahabharata. After losing game after game because
No real change in history has ever been acheived by discussions." - Subhash ChandraBose (1897-1945) "You must be the change you want to see in the world" - Mahatma Gandhi (1869 - 1948) "A mind all logic is like a knife all blade. It makes the hand bleed that uses it." - Rabindranath Tagore (1861-19 ...
13.08.2012 While SubhashBose was studying in the Calcutta University, there was an English professor, who used to speak disparagingly about India and Indians. SubhashBose, who was intensely patriotic, could not bear listening to ...